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Doctor insights on: Left And Right Arms Feel Tired

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I'm currently feeling dizziness, tiredness, left arm pain ,specially palm. Could it have anything to do with stds?

I'm currently feeling dizziness, tiredness, left arm pain ,specially palm. Could it have anything to do with stds?

Left arm pain : Unlikely. You need to see a doctor immediately. As I do no know a whole lot of the other circumstances like medical history and history of the symptoms you are experiencing. ...Read more

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Random tired feeling in left arm/hand. Able to clench fist tightly and hold arms straight in air etc. Can you still have a TIA without full stroke sym?

Random tired feeling in left arm/hand. Able to clench fist tightly and hold arms straight in air etc. Can you still have a TIA without full stroke sym?

Yes: The definition of TIA (transient ischemic attack) or ministroke indicates transient or inomplete loss of function. Usually they are symptoms that last 10 or 15 minutes then resolve. Weekness alone can be early signs of a stroke, even without loss of function. ...Read more

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Symptoms: left axillary mass for 5 months, itchy arms, pain in right should blade/between should blades, aching in right rib cage, fatigue, body aches?

See physician: Axillary mass present for 5 months is not normal, no matter what the other symptoms. The mass could represent chronic infection or tumor. Should have physical examination by physician and then usually imaging studies which may include ct, mr, and possibly bone scan or pet. ...Read more

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Both my left and right arm feel tired all of a sudden. What could be wrong?

Arms tired: What were you doing? Heavy work? Did this come on suddenly without warning? 'tired' may mean weak - if you have tired or weak arms, you should see a neurologist for a complete examination - in this way, you will get an answer to your problem and a sound course of care may be planned. ...Read more

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Hi, I have pain in my upper left arm, that comes and goes, but does not get worse with arm movement. I am extreamly tired as well!

Arm pain: Your symptom is nonspecific but still could be due to muscular strain or inflammation, or tendonitis even if unaffected by arm movements. Another possibility is impingement of a nerve due to disc or spur problems in your neck. Tenderness over the upper arm favors tendonitis or a muscular cause. If cold and or hot applications and Advil (ibuprofen) type medication don't help, see an orthopedic surgeon. ...Read more